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sorry
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Originally Posted by oO-Waschbaer-Oo View Post

Im Wondering if ek has any Plans to implement THe rgb headers in their plexiversions of The custom gtx1080 Blocks so we can use them to Illuminate THe Blocks in THe rgb Spektrum wink.gif (when gtx1080 ftw evga Arrives it will be waiting for its block and i Want to use THe rgb effects Cause i will Order The plexi version when it releases Late July )

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Originally Posted by Radnad View Post

NO, this is a horrible idea! If you want RGB then buy a GPU with RGB built into the stock cooler. We don't need a water block from EK with RGB, this would only add to the cost and it's not what a water block is meant for.
Most ek clear blocks have holes for leds, so just put one in.. If it don't have holes drill them your self and put in the rgb leds!!! So so simple!! Bad idea to have them in block as this just increase the price when it is so easy to do your self!!!!
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Most ek clear blocks have holes for leds, so just put one in.. If it don't have holes drill them your self and put in the rgb leds!!! So so simple!! Bad idea to have them in block as this just increase the price when it is so easy to do your self!!!!
i mein as an Option !! An rgb Led kit 2 led,s Right Size with THe connector directly from ek as an Addon ! For normal ppl it is not easy to find THe right connector and LEDs that work with THe Card ! That Would ne a simple Addon to buy and attatch to THe Block !

(**** off German autocorrection when i Write english -.-)
Edited by oO-Waschbaer-Oo - 6/13/16 at 5:59pm
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i mein as an Option !! An rgb Led kit 2 led,s Right Size with THe connector directly from ek as an Addon ! For normal ppl it is not easy to find THe right connector and LEDs that work with THe Card ! That Would ne a simple Addon to buy and attatch to THe Block !

(**** off German autocorrection when i Write english -.-)

Sorry
But it is all easy to find leds are either 3mm or 5 mm then need same size drill bit!! I am in mobile or i could link you to how to do it on here do a search!! For drilling blicks for leds!! Maybe someone else can help with this?????
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

Sorry
But it is all easy to find leds are either 3mm or 5 mm then need same size drill bit!! I am in mobile or i could link you to how to do it on here do a search!! For drilling blicks for leds!! Maybe someone else can help with this?????
every ek plexi block has led holes .. and the leds need to be compatible .. current and voltage wise and what about the special connectors ?? msi and vega use to power their leds ??? these arent easy to find ... ek is in direct contact with some manufactures of graphics card so why shouldnt they give an option for normal people who arent electronicengeniering interested to buy a set of 2 premade rgb leds with the connector to put them into the block ?? that is only extra cost for the ppl who want to buy them and i dont think that ek would charge us 30 or 40 dollars for this ...
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Almost finished my build with lots of EK goodies...




Just wondering how much junk people are getting out of their radiators when flushing? I've ordered some Mayhems to do a proper clean...but man, what an effort! Warning: Content not safe for custom loops! (Click to show)


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its common on some radiators. I would run it a few times through the hot tap to make sure any debris is flushed out.
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all 3 of my EK XE rads looked about like that if not worse when flushing. Seems to be common, i spent a lot of time flushing them because of it.
    
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Can I flush with hot tap water and then use distilled water for the final few rinses? Anything else in the loop need to be flushed before I assemble?
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EK Monoblock on the MSI Z170 Titanium. Soooo Purdy!!!!



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